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  1. Keep in mind that this does not prevent anyone from viewing the copy of the notes stored on your PC; it's an unencrypted database file on your hard drive that can be freely examined without launching Evernote or knowing your password as long as someone has access to your PC/hard drive. You can put the Evernote database folder into a Truecrypt container, though, if you want the local database to be encrypted. You'll have to launch Truecrypt and enter your decryption password each time before launching Evernote, though.
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